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It’s hard to find a watered-down mix of liquor and bubbly water in Vegas that costs less than $10, much less a whole dish. At Shang Artisan Noodle, every item on the menu is under $10 (except one seafood option that’s $11.25). Plus, with the fun murals on the walls and the people twirling fresh-made noodles right in front of you in their open-air kitchen, you get way more for your money here. None of the dishes will disappoint, but their pork rib noodles in a pork and chicken broth is our favorite. Make sure you do a count-off before you leave, though, because we’ve definitely left people behind while they stand, faces pressed against the window, hypnotized by the spinning noodles.

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